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Electric Vehicle Podcast: EV news and discussions

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Electric Vehicle / EV news, interviews and discussions - keeping audiences informed about the latest on electric cars - plus broader discussion around electric bikes, boats, planes and sustainability.
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This week on the EV Podcast, the last EV Podcast for 2019. Theo chats to CEO John Worth from Geo40 a company in Taupo New Zealand about extracting battery grade Lithium from Geothermal brines. A truly sustainable solution for Lithium mining. 
This week Theo Gibson and Paul Spain talk about the recent unveilings of the new Tesla CyberTruck and the Ford Mustang Mach-E. Theo also gets a chance to put a few questions forward to Sylvie Childs Senior Product Manager at Hyundai Motor UK.
This week on the podcast Theo Gibson chats to Andrew Rushworth Managing Director at Zero Emission Vehicles Limited. This New Zealand based innovative company founded in 2008, specialise in heavy electric vehicles and work with companies across the globe, building fit for purpose solutions.
This week on the EV Podcast Theo Gibson chats to Ben Haselden Marine Electrical and Electronics Manager at McKay Limited about New Zealand's first electric ferry which will be operating out of the countries capital Wellington. 
This week on the EV Podcast Theo chats with Erik Zydervelt, CEO and Co-Founder of MEVO, Wellington’s free-floating car-sharing service. How did it all start and what is MEVO's plan for the future? Erik tells us all about it.
Wow, we reached our 100th Podcast Milestone! Tune in this week to listen to Theo talking with Maxwell Parkin about the Electric Island Waiheke initiative and a special offer from OEM audio our sponsor. Thank you to all who helped me get here. Also, thank you to all our Patreon supporters. https://www.electricisland.nz/
This week on the podcast I chat to Nick Robilliard Procurement & Property Manager at Meridian Energy. Meridian Energy is a leading renewable electricity generator here in New Zealand. Nick has a very diverse role at Meridian and as part of his role is responsible for the selection and purchasing of Meridians EV Vehicle Fleet. We had a great chat, tune in.https://www.linkedin.com/in/nick-robilliard-1a24a010/
This week Theo chats to Nigel Broomhall, CEO of ChargeSmart, a leading electric vehicle charging infrastructure business in New Zealand. Nigel has a long history working in the electricity industry with EV's around the globe and is a very knowledgeable and insightful guy - I really enjoyed chatting with him. We also talk EV Production, Dyson shutting down it's EV Program, Neo's financial woes, Harley Davidson Livewire production halted and more.
EV Podcast: Porsche Taycan

EV Podcast: Porsche Taycan

2019-10-1600:36:06

This week Theo is tied down with his startup so Paul Spain (NZ Tech Podcast) takes the driving seat and talks with Motoring Writer David Linklater about his test drive of the new Porsche Taycan.
EV Podcast: EV Capri

EV Podcast: EV Capri

2019-10-0400:33:24

This week on the podcast I talk to EV Converter legend Kearon de Clouet about his EV Capri conversion he built in Australia in 2010. Not only did Kearon build an EV he also built and raced a Catavolt Electric Motorcycle on the salt flats in Australia in a world record attempt. I highly recommend Kearon's YouTube Conversion Series.
EV Podcast: Storm Rides

EV Podcast: Storm Rides

2019-09-2700:24:41

This week Theo Talks to Andrew Altmann & David Cranwell the two directors of Storm Rides and best mates since childhood. Storm Rides is an EV scooter company most known for the fat tyre type scooter called the Cruiser S. Cool guys, cool scooters, great chat. Enjoy.
This week on the podcast Theo chats to Warren Willmot; Sales and Marketing Manager for Renault NZ about the new Rene Zoe EV which will lands in New Zealand in 2020. We also talk about what Renault is doing on the international stage of EV development.  
This week Theo Gibson and Paul Spain (NZ Tech Podcast) talk about the newly unveiled Volkswagen ID3. Also, Tesla Model 3's start arriving in New Zealand.
This week Theo chats to Justin Boyd from the Electric Vehicle Association of Aotearoa. It has been one year since the association was founded. What does the association do and how can you join and help out?EV Association of Aotearoa: https://www.evaa.org.nz/
This week on the podcast Theo talks to Dave Budge co-founder of Jaunt. Jaunt creates unique journeys to explore regional Australia through a bespoke car rental service with iconic cars up-cycled into electric vehicles. Catering to the growing demand for tourism products that are more adventurous, more attuned to local culture and more sustainable.https://jauntmotors.com/https://www.instagram.com/jauntmotors/You can follow us on Social Media for news, further discussions & our videos:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/evpodcast/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/THEEVPODCAST/The EV Podcast is supported by: OEM Audio - New Zealand’s leading supplier of safe and reliable AC chargers and charging cables - https://www.oemaudio.co.nz/If you enjoy our Podcast please support us by subscribing to the podcast on Patreon.com. The more support we get the more we can cover.
EV Podcast: EV News

EV Podcast: EV News

2019-08-2300:20:34

This week on the podcast Theo talks EV news. What is going on with the Tesla Model 3 deliveries? Apple and Porsche team up, also news of another electric ship surfaces.EV PodcastWorld PodcastsPodcasts NZ
This week Theo Gibson continues wading through the world of electric boating and talks to Sean Kelly from New Zealand based start-up ElectricBoats.Biz about his new electric boat building business.You can follow us on Social Media for news, further discussions & our videos:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/evpodcast/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/THEEVPODCAST/The EV Podcast is supported by: OEM Audio - New Zealand’s leading supplier of safe and reliable AC chargers and charging cables - https://www.oemaudio.co.nz/If you enjoy our Podcast please support us by subscribing to the podcast on Patreon.com. The more support we get the more we can cover.
This week on the EV Podcast Theo chats to Allan D’Souza, General Manager for Marine, Engineering and General Wharf Operations and Rob Willighagen, Marine Technical Superintendent from the Port of Auckland about their exciting world-first full-size electric tug boat that they have been working on for past three years. Ports of Auckland will take delivery of the tug boat in 2021. It nice to see New Zealand paving the way once again.You can follow us on Social Media for news, further discussions & our videos:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/evpodcast/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/THEEVPODCAST/The EV Podcast is supported by: OEM Audio - New Zealand’s leading supplier of safe and reliable AC chargers and charging cables - https://www.oemaudio.co.nz/If you enjoy our Podcast please support us by subscribing to the podcast on Patreon.com. The more support we get the more we can cover.
This week Theo Gibson talks with Paul O'Connor Manager of OEM Audio NZ and Australasia Distribution. Paul is a long-time sponsor of the podcast and is making his way to Auckland, New Zealand this weekend to attend the third annual EV World Expo. We talk about the Expo and what is on offer, we also talk about the trials and tribulations of upgrading your vehicles head unit in this modern age and how vehicle manufactures lock companies out by locking down the CanBus protocol. We also talk about 50 Lime electric scooter being stolen in Christchurch and what that looks like on a global stage.EV Power, Wall Charger 16/32 Amp single phase with RFID tag for turn on and off, Untethered with type 2 socket - OEM Audio: https://oemaudio.co.nz/product/ev-power-wall-charger-16-32-amp-single-phase-with-rfid-tag-for-turn-on-and-off-untethered-with-type-2-socket/EV World 2019 - The 3rd EV World NZ Expo, EV Champions Awards and Industry Conference: https://www.conferenz.co.nz/events/evworld-nz-2019You can follow us on Social Media for news, further discussions & our videos:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/evpodcast/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/THEEVPODCAST/The EV Podcast is supported by: OEM Audio - New Zealand’s leading supplier of safe and reliable AC chargers and charging cables - https://www.oemaudio.co.nz/If you enjoy our Podcast please support us by subscribing to the podcast on Patreon.com. The more support we get the more we can cover.
This week Theo Gibson talks with Gregory McGarvie, Managing Director at ACE EV Group in Queensland, Australia. For the past four years, ACE EV Group has been working on an affordable electric car which will be manufactured and assembled in Australia. We talk to Gregory about how it all started and where to next.ACE EV Group Electric Vehicles: The automotive industry faces a once-in-a lifetime transition and ACE EV Group is the flag bearer of a new innovative future in Australia. https://www.ace-ev.com.au/You can follow us on Social Media for news, further discussions & our videos:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/evpodcast/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/THEEVPODCAST/The EV Podcast is supported by:OEM Audio - New Zealand’s leading supplier of safe and reliable AC chargers and charging cables -  https://www.oemaudio.co.nz/If you enjoy our Podcast please support us by subscribing to the podcast on Patreon.com. The more support we get the more we can cover.
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Merebark

Just want to say, I am highly impressed with the content on your podcasts. I am a Civil Design Engineer based in Australia and like to listen a lot of varied technical content, to grow my intelligence while working. Alot of the material i find is hard to listen to but these podcasts are always interesting and thoroughly growing my understanding of what's happening in the EV world. Thanks for that and keep up the great work!!!

Jun 12th
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Andy Murph

the only reason why people think that they are so busy now is because they tend to much time on Facebook and the phones

Mar 26th
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